PRINCE William and I have at least two things in common.
First, he took his new bride to live in Anglesey as he was stationed at RAF Valley just as I had done forty-five years previously.
The second thing being, that this week he stated his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, was the gardener and he did not know much but he was there to help. As I have mentioned in this column previously, it is the same with my wife and me, she being the gardener and me the helper.
One of my jobs is to mow the lawn but along with many others I have decided to “No-Mow-May” when I shall not be mowing throughout this month. This will help many of the insects and birds to thrive.
We read of many gardens in the Bible where important things happened.
One is the Garden of Eden at the very beginning where Adam and Eve did not stick to the rules that God had given them and sadly they were banished to live the rest of their lives outside that beautiful garden.
At Easter time we are reminded of the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus Christ was arrested and began those awful days of torture and his eventual death.
In the Garden of Eden, the door was closed but because of the death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus that door has been re-opened whereby we can all know the salvation and love of God through His Son
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